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  Reply # 44661 24-Aug-2006 21:02
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Kezzainc: Thats a great little bird you know.... :)

This is the start of such great things to come with HSDPA.

Im on WiMax right now but i do feel hsdpa is going to win straight off the podium for main stream users... I think WiMax will be better for high end user's though. What a great mix. Something i dont think many people particulary out of Telstra area have had in NZ.

I just hope Vodafone will let Orcon etc pull alot more out of their network. Rather than their rubbish data plans now. 1mb = $10 or 1gig = $50. Joke.


$10 is 3meg and then $2per meg (on account)

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Reply # 44662 24-Aug-2006 21:09
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Casual data is $10 a MB and roaming data costs are generally $10-$30 per MB, depending on where you go and which network you access. But then John knows that

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Reply # 44663 24-Aug-2006 21:34

around 1.5Mbps download speed guaranteed.... in the beginning.




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  Reply # 44664 24-Aug-2006 21:39
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Aloha: around 1.5Mbps download speed guaranteed.... in the beginning.


This would depend on how many HSDPA users are on the serving cell

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Reply # 44666 24-Aug-2006 21:47

you are absolutely right.  So take my word with 1 user per cell... :)




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  Reply # 44667 24-Aug-2006 21:48

Anyway freitasm asked for sharing experiences so I shared mine.




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